I went to my forever home on January 11, 2020!
4 years old
October 15, 2015
What am I?
Neutered male Siberian Husky
Black & white, one blue eye, one parti eye (both blue & brown in the same eye)
56 pounds (as of 11/27/19)
Experience with Children:
Pet Harbor does not know my history with children. Since coming to Pet Harbor, I have met children of all ages. I have been an easy dog & don’t try to barrel through them. Also, I give soft kisses. Even the youngest of children I’ve met have liked me.
Experience with Cats:
Pet Harbor does not know my history with cats. On 12/28/19, Pet Harbor introduced me to a cat. Although my handler did not allow me close enough to have an aggressive reaction, my reaction was pretty strong. So the best home for me would likely be without a cat. I barked at the kitties nonstop, but it could have been a play response. I sometime bark at dogs in play. I did maintain a focus on the cats that was not easily distracted.
Experience with Dogs:
Pet Harbor does not know my history with other dogs. During my evaluation, all reactions from me with other dogs were positive. Since coming to Pet Harbor, I have met several dogs. Most of my interactions with them have been positive. I play nonstop with other Siberians! When I meet a new intact male, though, I tend to puff up my chest, so to speak.
Owner Aptitude Level:
A good Samaritan called animal control because I was in a backyard tied around a tree so tightly I could not move. I just sat there and whimpered. They rescued me and took me to the county animal shelter. From there, I came to Pet Harbor Rescue.
More About Me: Such an easy keeper. Really, I’m just about perfect. Well, if you lived the life I lived before, you’d be grateful, too! I have a tiny bit of trepidation, but while I cower slightly, I simultaneously wag my tail ever so gently. And I’ll give you soft kisses, too. I also sing and have a most beautiful voice! The thing I love to do the most is have my belly scratched. Try petting me. I will always slink down into a position where you can reach my belly. I really am a fabulous starter Siberian. I had a growth on my leg removed the day before Thanksgiving. That means my carving started early. The biopsy results show it was a soft tissue sarcoma. There is a possibility it will come back. There is an equal possibility it won’t. But I’m fine. And what we thought was hip dysplasia turns out not to be. Xrays show at some prior point, I had a fracture in a rear leg that has healed really well, likely with a cast, but it’s something that has to remain unknown because Pet Harbor has no way to find out my medical history. Nothing affects my awesome disposition. Even my vet, who is not a fan of Siberians, thinks I’m awesome! And my foster mom thinks I’m truly amazing. Don’t you feel the same way?